Thanks to Arizona State Library and the BTOP 1 Grant for 16 new computers
Come in and check-outexcellent variety of:BooksMagazinesAudio BooksMusicArizona Room VHS VideosDVDs Internet AccessWireless Internet Senior Resources
BTOP 2 Grant Provided Arizona Job Assistiance Center
Schedule of Library Hours:
8am - 5pm
A benefits counselor will be here to help seniors with any questions.
Randall Adams will be here
September 5th, 2012 at 1:30 PM
Find out about Medicare, Medigap, Prescription Plans and PPOs/HMOs.
Who May Use The Library
Access to library services is free. Resident cards are valid for two years.
To obtain a resident card, a picture ID and local mailing address are required.
Non-residents also have free use of all library services: books, audio tapes, computers,
videos and magazines.
Non-resident cards are valid for one year. A picture ID is required. Applicants under 14 years of age must have a parent or guardian's signature. A parent/guardian must be present when a child applies for a library card.
The Yuma Reading Council, in partnership with the Quartzsite Library, is offering adult literacy, GED and English as a second language training. If you are interested in volunteering for any one of these projects, please contact the library at 928-927-6593 for more information. Trained tutors are now available for ESL tutoring, privately or in small groups.